About Us

Monique Savits

My Story

I finally know what I want to be when I grow up.

I have been an artist and worked in the arts all of my life – from interning at an art gallery and a design agency to managing a box office at a performing arts theater to marketing at a gym. But I found that my greatest joy is helping small to medium businesses put their best foot forward. I enjoy the process of working with the client to create a professional and engaging “look” to represent themselves in the world.  That is why I started Concepts By Q (“Q” being a nickname I got years ago) in 2006.  

From the ground up

I met Matt Morris, founder of The Baseball Warehouse (TBW), in 2012. He was ready to make his dream a reality and create a facility for baseball instruction for the youth of Baltimore, with some of the top MLB players as instructors. 

He enlisted CBQ to design a logo, website & social media sites.  Fast forward to now, The Baseball Warehouse has 3 locations and CBQ is proud to manage the websites and social media – as well as design any marketing pieces they may need.  TBW has continued to grow by adding TBW Charities and TBW Badgers. 

This has been and continues to be one of the greatest partnerships ever! Scroll down to learn more about The Baseball Warehouse.

Learn more about THE BASEBALL WAREHOUSE

No need to shop around

Graul's Market department store signage

CBQ has been working with Graul’s Market since 2006. Graul’s Market is a local family owned grocery store with 6 locations in the Baltimore area.

We have designed store signage, flyers, postcards, ads and so much more for Graul’s Market. CBQ manages various locations social media and schedule regular emails to customers to keep them up-to-date on sales, new products and events. 

CBQ designed the menu boards for the Cafe (in Mays Chapel) as well as faux blackboard signage for various departments in the market (seen on the left). There is no project too big! 

Our working relationship has been amazing and it feels like family!

Learn more about Graul's Market